Both, Galileo and Aristotle were wrong

Migratory route out of Africa?

Migratory route out of Africa?

A study by the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), Hyderabad, in collaboration with Harvard Medical School, has concluded that modern man originated in Africa and migrated to other parts of the world via India. This contradicts the popular theory of Aryans arriving in India from Europe.

CCMB director Laljit Singh said, “Westerners say, from Africa, they moved north, to the Middle East, Europe, South East Asia and then came to India. But we have evidence that Ongis, who are found in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, are the oldest living tribe outside Africa. A DNA study revealed that the tribe is 65,000 years old.”

The CCMB has submitted its thesis for publication to a science journal. Singh is reserving details of the study till the paper is published, which he expects to happen ‘in a few months’.

“What I can say now is we have exciting findings about the origin and migration of modern man. A recent excavation in Jwaluparam in Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh supports the new theory.” (via Modern man went into the world via India).

Galileo was wrong – and so is Laljit Singh. Sun is not at the centre of the solar system. Aristotle was also wrong. Even the Earth is NOT at the centre of the Universe. PT Barnum’s Guide to Geography was the first book to however point out the correct centre.

Europe is at the centre of the Universe.

Europe is at the centre of the Universe

About Anuraag Sanghi

Between State-funded and controlled academia and advertising driven mass media, getting an 'independent' viewpoint is difficult - if not impossible. 2ndlook posts work on giving you 'independent' slant.
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